Recovery support services: Vanderbilt Recovery Support (VRS) provides a supportive and accountable community for individuals concerned about their alcohol or other drug misuse and those actively in recovery from addiction. VRS is a collegiate recovery program which understands that being sober is one piece of being in recovery. By offering individual coaching, weekly meetings, and monthly seminars, along with social and service events, students are able to continue to work toward success in their academic, social, personal, and professional lives. Recovery housing is also available for undergraduate students through an application process.
Strategic Plan for Vanderbilt’s Mental Health & Wellbeing
Open Meeting Information
For: Students (undergraduates, graduate/professional), alumni, residents, fellows, faculty, staff, and community members
Recovery Support Meeting
VRS will hold one weekly meeting using Zoom for the Summer.
Thursdays from 8-9pm CST (Undergraduate, graduate/professional students, and alum)
Meeting ID: 977 0175 4367
Recovery Housing, a sober living and learning community, is available for undergraduate students. Sober suites and single rooms are located on campus through an application process. Students in Recovery Housing are provided with individual mentorship, weekly meetings, randomized drug screening, peer accountability, monthly seminars, in addition to a discreet and substance-free living environment. Off campus Recovery Housing is also available to students with the same community and accountability resources.
Access articles about Vanderbilt Recovery Support (Collegiate Recovery Program in The Tennessean and Recovery Campus magazine)
Need information about weekly student recovery support meetings?
Call Vanderbilt Recovery Support (VRS) at 615-343-4740
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact Katherine Drotos Cuthbert to join the VRS weekly email, for more information about Recovery Housing, or to schedule a coaching appointment at email@example.com